This pot pie was the muse for my homemade Buffalo Sauce that I posted on Friday. I was craving chicken wings AND pot pie (since pot pie is my new found love) and I just figured they would be super-awesome-amazing mixed together. But I didn’t want to just say, “1/2 cup of hot sauce” because […]
Archive | January, 2012
How to make Homemade Buffalo Wing Sauce from scratch.
By now, you have probably heard a thing or two about this scandal with Paula Deen. If you haven’t, here is a recap: Paula Dean was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. Three years ago. The number 1 treatment for Type 2 Diabetes is diet and exercise. She continues to cook large volumes of high fat, […]
A Deep Dish Lemon Pie with an Animal Cracker Crust for National Pie Day, plus the secrets to the making the perfect animal (or graham) cracker crust.
I know that you can all tell how much I love party food, I’ve been making a lot of it these days. Food to serve to other people. Every country in the world will tell you how important food is to their culture, how community happens around a table, how love grows between mouthfuls of […]
Everyone has guilty pleasure foods. No matter how “foodie” you think you are, there is a food that you love, but would never want to be eating if Thomas Keller decided to peek in your kitchen window. For me, that’s good ole American bar food. Nachos, potato skins, jalapeno poppers, onion rings. Love it. Plus, […]
Chocolate Strawberry Footballs for Super Bowl or Playoff Parties.
Risotto was the first recipe I ever mastered. I was so proud of myself, I could make a recipe without even looking at the directions once. And to this day, it’s my husbands favorite dish that I make, I’m pretty good at it. And I’ve recently had this fascination with quinoa (you pronounce it Keen-Wa). […]
Spicy Thai Coconut Shrimp, a delicious home remedy for the common cold. Of just a fabulously and easy soup that takes about 15 minutes to throw together.
A 220 calorie soup that is equal parts healthy and indulgent.